10 at the University of Akron Back to Main MenuCelebrationsFraud PreventionManage Your AdPlace an AdAKRON, Ohio Nothing is more frustrating for a college student, especially one who lives off campus, than discovering his car won’t start or the keys are locked inside.Luckily a call to campus police or parking services will bring help.But that service comes at a cost at the University of Akron.A student must pay $10 to have an officer or a member of its Campus Patrol jump start the battery or open the locked door.The service is free at Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland State University and Kent State University."The university is putting in place a modest $10 charge to help defray the costs of dispatching an officer to jump start a battery or open a locked car," a spokesperson said in an email regarding the fee that went into effect this fall. "For 2012, there were 851 battery jumps and 1,238 car lockout situations."Kent State’s parking services offers motorist assistance and its police service
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